MetroNet TV plans and prices
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Unless you’re really opposed to having separate TV and internet providers or consider fiber TV’s improved picture quality a must-have, we’d recommend avoiding MetroNet’s TV packages. MetroNet doesn’t offer TV by itself, and you’ll be paying much more with MetroNet compared to other TV providers.
While MetroNet’s channel counts don’t look bad on paper, the provider’s lineups are padded with music channels, and Basic Fiber TV includes only local networks like ABC. You can get these channels for free by purchasing an antenna for your TV.
To get any meaningful cable channels, you’ll need to upgrade to Standard Fiber TV ($150.00 monthly) or Preferred Fiber TV ($250.00 monthly). Plus, Preferred Fiber TV doesn’t include premium cable channels like HBO® or SHOWTIME®. You’ll have to add channel packs to your plan ($7.18–$15.00 monthly) to get any of these networks.
With other TV providers, a basic cable package typically averages around $60.00 monthly, and premium cable packages start at around $100.00 monthly. Having to break the $100.00 mark to get any real cable channels in MetroNet’s packages is a tough pill to swallow.
Once you include equipment fees ($7.95 monthly for an HD set-top box) and a mandatory internet plan, the costs will quickly add up.